Missionary Museum in Bug district
The Museum created by the missionaries of St Francis in 1964 shows a variety of exhibits from India and South America whilst shedding light on today's missionary work.
Perhaps the most impressive exhibit is the shrunken head from Paraguay. However, fossils, findings from an Inca cave that are over 500 years old, stuffed animals, ivory carvings and everyday articles from India are also on display.
Sunday, on public holidays: 02:00PM till 05:00PM
Sundays and Bankholidays 2pm-5pm, closed on christmas eve, new years eve, Shrove Tuesday and Good Friday; group tours on request